To Our Parish Family
May the God of all consolation walk with us through these difficult times; and, may He find us worthy of the call to be His healing and reconciling presence in a wounded world.
In this time of need, please continue to share your prayer requests. Invite others to engage with us by sharing this letter or the link below:
I would also ask for your continued financial support. Our ministry continues, but like so many of you, we need your financial help. You may give online or via text to our ministry:
As public Masses resume, it is important for all who attend to keep safety in mind.
* Keep at least a 6-foot distance between
groups…. this includes while you are
entering/exiting the church.
* Masks are required, please bring your own.
* Mass readings will be provided, please take
these with you when you leave.
Weekend Masses will still be live-streamed for those who do not yet feel comfortable in large gatherings at this time.
Dispensation that was granted by Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller is still in effect.
Thank you for your patience as we all work
together to worship in our church safely, and within the guidelines of the Archdiocese.
Stay close to one another by holding each other in prayer.
Come, let us bow down in worship;
let us kneel before the Lord who made us. - Psalm 95:6
Saturday at 6:00pm
Sunday Morning services 7:45 AM (Spanish)
10:00 AM (English).
Wednesday (Spanish) service is 6:00 PM.
Thursday 8:30 AM
Chaplet of Divine Mercy 12:15 PM
Benediction 12:50 PM
Thank you for visiting our Parish website. If you are a parishioner of St John the Evangelist, we hope you will find this website to be useful to you and your family. Our goal is to serve our families in the best way that we can. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any suggestions and or changes we can make to better serve you.
If you are not a parishioner and are visiting our website, we welcome you. I invite you to look into our website and learn about our Parish and all that we have to offer with in our different ministries. If you are considering joining St Johns, please know that we would be most honored to welcome you into our faith community. St John the Evangelist is a very diverse community that is filled with families of all ages. Please call the parish office if there is any way in which we can serve you.
St.John the Evangelist Catholic Church is a united community empowered by the Holy Spirit by modeling ourselves on Christ in sharing our heritage, preparing for our future, and promoting Christian values through service to God and neighbor.
Right of Christian Initiation of Adults
Will Begin Soon
RCIA is for:
*Adults who were never baptized and wish to be
baptized in the Catholic Faith
*Adults who were baptized, in the Catholic Faith,
but never received the Sacraments of
Confirmation and Holy Eucharist
*Adults from other Christian Faiths who wish to
become members of the Catholic Church.
Laura Leyendecker (RCIA Director) 830-460-1698 or
Sylvia Fernandez (DRE) 830-741-2284